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Discussion in '348/355' started by plugzit, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. Ferrarium

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    348 speedometer sensor (pulse sensor)

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    If you dont mind a little rewiring job the 355 one can be used and is quite a bit cheaper

    https://www.ferrariparts.co.uk/part/ferrari/

    And cheaper again at eurospares.

    https://www.eurospares.co.uk/search?partNumber=149095

    Its just the plug on the end is a supaseal type and you can either change the plug on the sensor or as I did buy a matching plug for the car loom end.
     

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    Excellent job Ernie. I am in the middle of diagnosing my 348 with an intermittent dead speedometer. Will keep everyone posted once I have it figured out.
     
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    These are selling in the $30-$40 dollar range at Algar Ferrari and Ricambi now.

    https://www.ricambiamerica.com/car-diagrams/ferrari/v6-v8/mondial-group/mondial-t/air-injection-device-for-cars-with-catalyst-motronic-2-5.html
     
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    This sd7h15 7840 is now $389 plus shipping from polar bear inc and the sd709 7505 is non existent

    A much cheaper but identical compressor (except the pulley and connector) is the sanden sd7h15 4710 from techchoiceparts.com for $159.80 plus shipping.

    The pulley is an 8 rib pulley but the length of the compressor is the same as the 7840 or 7505 meaning the belt rides on the outer most 5 ribs and the 3 ribs closest to the compressor are empty. I'll attach the pdfs to show how this compressor fits and works exactly the same they just put a deeper pulley on the shaft but its recessed.
     

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  9. Ferrarium

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    One could spin off the pulley with an impact wrench, put the old pulley on, tighten it back up with an impact as well.

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    According to Rick at acparts.Com the owner and automotive ac guru for 30 years says the shaft sizes are different and you cant do that. I already asked.
     
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    Good reference thanks!
     
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    That's the exact one I was referring to in my original post the sanden sd7h15 7840 for $389
    $230 more for oem size pulley that makes no difference in how the car operates is not what I'd do but to each their own.
     
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    Fuel Pressure Regulator for 1989 Mondial with 3.0bar unit and barbed fitting to fuel pump. (Bosch 0 280 160 731- Ferrari #137960)
    I can source the later 3.8bar unit (with threaded fitting) from NAPA only. Thanks
     
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    Lots of places, not just Napa. Rock Auto for another online retailer.
     
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    RockAuto no luck.
     
  18. Louis Brown

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    Thanks Eric! Only issue with that part is it requires threaded pressure-fitted hoses unlike my earlier fpr with barbed fitting. Do you know what hoses I’d need to make that work?
     
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    I'm confused. Tell me exactly what you want. lets start there.
    1) I want the 3.0 bar with the barb fitting used prior to 93 typically TS ad TB models (there were actual 2 different ones over time)
    2) I want the 3.8 bar with the threaded fitting used after 93 typically on the Spider
     
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    Numero #1 .... for the Mondial TTTTTTTTT!
     
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  23. Louis Brown

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    Thanks for both of the options. I’ll just need to upgrade to the threaded fittings found on the fuel pump inlet.
     
  24. Ferrarium

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    Not following, why, but good luck regardless.
     
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    Because my FPR is barbed not threaded like the replacement unit. Thus I would need to purchase a threaded female pressure fit hose. My hose is rubber only requiring a clamp.,


     
  26. m.stojanovic

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    If your original FPR has a barb (hose push-on), then your replacement threaded FPR is incorrect for your engine. As clearly pointed by Eric, barbed is 3.0 Bar, threaded is 3.8 Bar. You cannot use 3.8 Bar (threaded) FPR-s in your car.
     

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